Do we laugh or cry? Real question.
The deaths? How many are minorities who follow superstition more than hoaxes?
How many are “whites” who follow both hoaxes and superstitions.
Any vaccinated are murder victims. This means, however, that it would not be unreasonable to cite at least 97% of the dead or more as having died while trying to murder other people.
This is the simple truth of it.
Because of them…healthcare around the country is ended…real sick and suffering are not being treated because of vaccine deadbeats.
NY Daily News: The U.S. eclipsed 1,000 COVID-19 deaths in a single day for the first time since March on Tuesday, according to a report.
I’ve teared up multiple times this week, not just because I know, as a pediatric intensivist, that we’re at the very beginning of a surge of peds COVID hospitalizations and deaths, but because my colleagues have been attacked and spat on for trying to prevent it.— Dave McSwain (@DMcSwainMD) August 18, 2021
Based on data compiled by Reuters, spiking infections, most caused by the delta variant of COVID-19, have raised the U.S. daily average of deaths. On Tuesday, there were 1,017 deaths from coronavirus, equivalent to about 42 deaths an hour.
What do you call Governors who have the power to stop hundreds of thousands of infections… tens of thousands of hospitalizations… and thousands upon thousands of deaths… but don't? https://t.co/7Hz0mQZ2uW— The Daily Edge (@TheDailyEdge) August 18, 2021
The U.S., which has the highest death toll of any country, has now reported about 623,000 fatalities. However, it remains unclear whether the country can ramp up vaccination efforts to slow community spread. The number of ICU beds in the country is rapidly dwindling and COVID-related hospitalizations are up about 70% in the last two weeks alone.
The immediate future might present even worse numbers.
A little over 72% of adults have received at least one dose and most children are still not eligible for shots, despite an alarming uptick in cases among minors.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, only 50.9% of the U.S. population are fully vaccinated. The U.S. said booster shots were likely to be needed for many of those people starting in September.